Expansive headroom and an unusually sturdy design make this three-person tent a comfy, affordable choice for car-camping and short-mileage overnights.
This versatile solo tent is a castle for one and an ultralight shelter for two.
We’ve long loved the livability (and affordability) of this iconic double-wall two-person dome tent, which won our 2010 Editors’ Choice Gold Award. This spring, a 10-ounce weight reduction and improved ventilation make a good thing even better.
This two-person tent’s innovative shape provides outstanding headroom and unobstructed views.
This freestanding two-person tent handles the rowdiest three-season storms, making it ideal for hikers who want maximum protection with minimum weight.
Get a summer tent and a winter tent for the price of just one.
It’s the perfect shelter for couples who want a superlight tent with traditional freestanding, two-door performance.
Enjoy the best of indoor/outdoor living.
Alpine storms can’t shake this four-season shelter. It’s no ultralight, but the strength-to-weight ratio is hard to beat.
Amazing features for the weight: Even tall folks can stretch out in this 96-inch-long dome (the longest in our test), and the giant vestibule offers welcome shelter in prolonged storms.
It’s strong enough to handle wintry conditions, but light enough to carry all year.
This freestanding shelter fits a whole family—on a family budget. But space is best for parents with young kids, not teens.
As luxurious as a portable shade tree and open to welcome breezes, it offers cool refuge for four in hot conditions.
Stronger and lighter fabrics make this tent great for any adventure and can handle any weather condition.